Yamilé Oliver and her mother, Amne Rivero, in a photo taken in Cuba. After seeking asylum in the United States, Oliver received parole but Rivero did not have the same luck.
Yamilé Oliver and her mother, Amne Rivero, in a photo taken in Cuba. After seeking asylum in the United States, Oliver received parole but Rivero did not have the same luck. Courtesy
Yamilé Oliver and her mother, Amne Rivero, in a photo taken in Cuba. After seeking asylum in the United States, Oliver received parole but Rivero did not have the same luck. Courtesy

U.S. detention strategy for asylum seekers: Release the women, lock up the men

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